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Construction work for the new building.

An area of about 3,000 square meters will start at the end of November 2014.

Pieron GmbH Company has been at its current location, Schlavenhorst 41, at the Mussum industrial park in Bocholt ever since 1990. Since then the company has already enlarged its production and administrative area twice. The third and last stage of construction on the premises is now underway.

In a fitting move on the occasion of handing over the mantle to the two Managing Directors, Sven Pieron and Christian Fehler, Gisela Pieron decided in March 2014, together with her Managing Directors, in favor of further expansion of the production and logistics area at the industrial park. It was something of concern to her as a shareholder to show support for the decision and planning for this further development.

Excavation work for the next stage of construction started at the end of September 2014. Pieron will expand its capacity at the current location over another 3,000 square meters of logistics and production area. The reason for this decision was the ever increasing product range of the company as well as the extremely positive growth in the most diverse markets.

Apart from the already established products like clamping rings, compression springs and bent wire parts, Pieron GmbH Company is above all showing growth in the special compression springs and stamped bent parts segments.

These special compression springs serve the purpose of supporting electro-mechanical operations, for example, when automobile tailgates are opening and closing, as in the case of the Porsche Macan or BMW X3 models. More and more ongoing projects in the motor industry are equipped with Pieron springs. Furthermore, the share of the stamped bent parts production on the so-called Bihler automats is also getting bigger and bigger.

In order to now develop further as a strategic supplier, Pieron urgently requires production, logistics and administrative space. As a matter of fact the engineers are already now developing new springs and solutions for the automobiles of tomorrow. But even the lines of production dealing in electrical and energy-related technology are increasingly relying more on the quality of the Pieron spring development.